International Conservation News

The conservation news section provides the latest news from various sources on conservation, environmental science and wildlife. AFC aims to raise interest in current issues to raise awareness and promote the support of conservation.

2018/05/24 - Photo: TJ Rio / AMAERJ Membership Activities Photo: WCEL/AEL Partner Highlights Photo: IUCN CEESP Publications
2018/05/24 - Maui, Wowee: Georgia O’Keeffe’s largely unknown Hawaiian paintings and oil sketches have surfaced in the Bronx, at the New York Botanical Garden.
2018/05/24 - Even if the technology can bring back the northern white rhinoceros, should we do it?
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2018/05/22 - Bringing the numbers to life for the jewel in Bolivia’s conservation crown.
2018/05/10 - The largest bat in Europe, a vulnerable species, found shelter in a city park’s trees. Then they started to turn up dead.
2018/05/06 - Wildlife officials have used snare traps to protect the endangered birds. It’s ruffling more than feathers in a town where the fox is the unofficial mascot.
2018/05/04 - There are more than 360,000 gorillas and 128,000 chimpanzees in Africa, roughly twice as many as previously estimated.
2018/05/04 - There are more than 360,000 gorillas and 128,000 chimpanzees in Africa, roughly twice as many as previously estimated.
2018/04/21 - Nearly 50 years ago, environmental disasters in the United States spurred a popular movement that culminated in new protections and helped to inspire the first Earth Day. Now, many of those protections are under threat.
2018/04/18 - Effective protection for tigers within some wildlife reserves has caused their populations to rise and local habitat range to expand beyond these protected areas. This has led to escalating conflicts with humans, many of which have resulted in fatalities. Better management of the ‘buffer zones’ around reserves is the need of the hour, writes Poonam Dhanwatey, Indian wildlife conservationist known for her work mitigating human-tiger conflict and co-founder of the not-...
2018/04/18 - Effective protection for tigers within some wildlife reserves has caused their populations to rise and local habitat range to expand beyond these protected areas. This has led to escalating conflicts with humans, many of which have resulted in fatalities. Better management of the ‘buffer zones’ around reserves is the need of the hour, writes Poonam Dhanwatey, Indian wildlife conservationist known for her work mitigating human-tiger conflict and co-founder of the not-...
2018/04/16 - As mining and development projects shrink the country’s forests, animals in search of food have been forced to wander farther from their natural habitats.
2018/04/15 - The city has 10,542 acres of forests. The Natural Areas Conservancy, which says they are at a tipping point, is thinking about how to care for them.
2018/04/12 - Getting on the endangered list issued by the Zoological Society of London isn’t actually about looks. Creatures have to be evolutionarily distinctive, not just weird.
2018/04/11 - Work area:  Forests Coastal Livelihoods Location:  Asia
2018/04/11 - Work area:  Forests Coastal Livelihoods Location:  Asia
2018/04/10 - In a new study, researchers single out a blog run by a Canadian zoologist as a primary source of dubious information about the status of polar bears.
2018/04/09 - Many reptiles and amphibians sold in pet stores were not bred in captivity as international law requires, conservationists say, but plucked from forests and rivers.
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